Looking to hit the bars this gin and tonic day but don’t want to break the bank? We’ve got you! With International Gin and Tonic day on April 9th, we’ve researched to find out what the cheapest gin and tonic is at the nearest pub to each tube station in zone one.
We created this map because of our love for a G&T and to show people the ultimate pub crawl for Gin and Tonic day this year. To gather the data, we rang up the nearest pub to each tube station in zone one to ask how much they charge for their cheapest gin and tonic, and what type of gin this is.
Cheapest gin and tonic in London
Our research shows buying a gin and tonic at every pub on our map would set you back £365.65.
The cheapest gin and tonic at the nearest pub to any tube station in zone one can be found at The Huntley near Euston Square Station, where a Tanqueray and tonic costs just £3.25.
For gin lovers on the opposite side of the river looking to enjoy a gin and ginger tonic, The Ring near Southwark station offers a beefeater and tonic for £6.10, the cheapest price south of the river in zone one.
The most expensive gin and tonic in London
Pubs near St Paul’s Station and Earl’s Court Station will set gin and tonic lovers back in terms of price, with £10 for Beefeater or Bombay being the cheapest gin and tonic on offer.
The cheapest gin type in London
According to our data, for those seeking a bargain this gin and tonic day, the most common “cheap” gin across zone one is Beefeater. This costs an average of £7.24 for a single with tonic, with the cheapest pub for a single Beefeater and tonic found at The Angel, next to Angel station, at £5.41.
The second most common gin is Bombay, costing an average of £7.76 for a single with tonic in London.
We acknowledge that the gin and tonic map is a reflection of the bar staff we spoke to and that this is not an official tube map, but instead a creative designed by the Lixir team. If you would like to talk about our Lixir Gin and Tonic map in more detail, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.